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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1916.
Personal Mention j
Hdward ,1. Wiilsk. master earpent or
for ill.- Kalmlui Railroad for (lie past
several years, loft the company tin
first ill' this month to accept a similar
position Willi ill,. H. C. a S. Company.
II.' sneered Charles Sani:r. who has
resit-nod to take up a general con
trailing business for himself.
Mrs. Chester R. I. i illusion and Miss
Hdilh Livingston, Loth formerly bonie
st, ad. ts at Kuiaha, left for trio eoasl
by tlie Matsonia this week. Miss
Livinusion will prohahly not return to
Ceo. o. Cooper, "the mayor of lia
na." was in Wailuku for several days
this week as a witness in the Kt-in-hardi
A 1 . tr i. i. ..
.mis. ii. r. liaiowm. was a passenger
lor the roast hy the Matsonia. on Wed
nesday. Mrs. I. A. Wadsworth. of Wailukti,
lias hern isiting friends in Uilo.
Mrs. C. n. Lul'kin. of Wailukti. was
a passenger lo Honolulu last Friday
night. She is visiting Mr. and Mrs.
C. T. Bailey and oilier friends.
M .. .,.,.1 ... . T, t ...
.... .....I .mis. u. .. wadsworth are
in Honolulu this week. Mr. Wads
wot th is senilis: as a niemher of tln
federal grand jury.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Srheid. of Hono
lulu, arrived on Maui on Wednesda
evening, and are making a trip up Ha
Mrs. W. T. Robinson and .Miss
Robinson, of Wailuku. were passen
gers to Honolulu hy the Manna Kea
Manager H. p.. TVnhallow, f the
niluku Sugar Company, returned on
u.-suay morning from
a quirk trip
Airs C. Seotm. of I.ahaina,
visiting friends in Honolulu.
t l'lini-l..,t 'I' ,
.....ii. i tuner, who accom
panied Mrs. H. p. Baldwin to Honolulu
...si .. outlay night, will
weeks with friends in th
-Mrs. Baldwin's ah.
on the main
'1'. If. Linton, for the past vear as
sonai-d wi,h I he Wall. Nirhols Com
i'.". ei Jionoiuiii, arrived tie
in Wailuku where he has taken
." . on uie .Maui Drvgoods
-Mrs- .1. C. Villiers is arranging, bv
lequrst to give an organ reeiial in ih'e
,,"V uomi Shepherd on Tues-
u sh Red Cross Soeiety, and th.
" er of Si. John of Jerusalem.
at. . ,." mo,ll" "Id daughter of
..... .. m .,,,s. gnomon Nicholas, until
, , m""b ""I now of Hono
; .... .. nisi riHlay aflei
h K; (, A,h(,,t0". of Honolulu, is
f-.i- si i ins W eek
ai the home nf
ir. and .Mrs. H. I!
J'enhallow, In Wai
,r,u'T'n"ck f',mn1, of Honolulu, is th,
.truest, this week of t- ,....
- ..... uiiu J.IIK, J, 11
,..1!!7)."','r, J"s,'I'h I)l"'"n. of Molokai
,'""" u ,1S ""-"'"ay on Tuesday
has heen connect
i hi- worn among the
"ii -':, i.Mi, and for HO
not heen outside of the
years he ha
- "I"- UI IU. I- VV (!.( .. 11 f......l..
comniander of the Matsoi, liner Ma
noa has recently l.(,n ,,, k .
o tlx' Japanese steamer Ies,n,,-ira
Maru, a vessel purchased hv a Japan
ese company from Mexico. She ar
med at Vladivostok on April 12
William E-ios. of Waikap,., was fin-
'1 $-'0 in the Wailuku district court
his week, on conviction of assault ami
I'attery on a Japanese named Mabe.
Ibe Japanese had found linos' horse
oose on the road, and recognizing it
';'d take,, j, ,olmi f01. f..a(.,
Laos did not appreciate the favor and
in the controversy resultin- struck the
The ease of Yip I.an vs. M,s. Ahulili,
on appeal lrom decree of the second
circuit court that defendant siu-n re
newal of lease t plaintiff, will be
arsuied n, the supreme court next
hursday. Attorneys Vincent and
Murphy, who represent respect ivelv
the plaintiff and defendant in the ease
will ko lo Honolulu the first of the
Jiev. II. v7 Judd.'of "tln Hawaiian
Loard. is on Maui this week and in
comna,ly wilh j.,, u ,5 )( o
ailuku; Kev. I). V. K. White, of
Lahaina; ad 1!. J. K. Nawahine and
Joseph Welch, is makint; an inspection
trip anion:; the churches of Hast Maul
WILL ADVERTISE MOLOKAI
FISH POND LEASE
Two applications for tlx- lease of a
government lish pond on Molokai were
received hy the board of land com
missioners at Honolulu on Mondav
1 hey were ,;uio ,,y j.;us,,n(l 1,,..,,,,.,.
lle and A. K. Cooke. Devauchelle of
lered seventy-live dollars a year in
rental for a term of ten years. Cooke
ollered to make improvements amouiit
ins to $r,ini i ,,0 m.s, flVt, ,
lll t.-...i !.
". """'" pa.MiiK a year
rent and wanted th,- ;imj fo. ,W(.n,y.
one years. It was decided to incorpo'r-
..if iriiits oiiereu t.y Cooke in Hit
call for the sale of the lease.
TWO WRECKS ON MOLOKAI
n't. . .
i ite line nsniiiL- sanman Ii;. i,, v.,..
a few months ami in irruw.ini.i
lor Harold L. Morris, a Wealth v tourist
ol Denver, piled up on th,. beach at
the west ,-nd of Molokai on Wednes
day mvht of hist week and is a total
loss. Jack Kailianu and another Ha
waiian, named Mahuka, who were in
charge of the ,at, escaped )v swim
ming ashore. They walked IT, miles to
Kaunakakai when- ihey were f:iven
food and clolhinir. The Dixie Fpranu
a leak in the heavy sea and her crew
had to put ashore.
The power schooner Lanai, owned
by CeoiKe Clark, and others, also is a
total loss from koi'iik ashore near
Kaunakakai during a heavy rain storm
last week. Her captain claims his
compass was wronj,'.
V. Leslie West, of Wailuku. has
purchased a house and lot on Birch
street, Honolulu, for $2,(i"(. according
to a really report from Honolulu.
A xisit from Central Sain Johnson,
adjutant general of tin- National guard
of Hawaii, is expected ahout the
middle of Ihis month. Central ,lohn-
on will make an inspection of the
new companies recently organized.
Hi- will also visit Hawaii on a like
mission very soon.
A musical program will lit- given at
the Community House at Paia on the
eveiiinu of May 2 M li , hy tin- Matiuaolu
Folk stums of different nations in-
cludin.Lr negro melodies and Hawaiian
songs will In- the feature of the eve
ning. Lodge Maui. No. !ISI. A. F. & A.
M.. will hold its regular meeting at
Kalmlui tomorrow evening at T : "
The county supervisors will meet
for their regular session on next Wed
nesday. The .Maui Music Club has postponed
ils meeting until Hit- last Thursday in
The dance givi n hy the Makawao
Literary Society at the l'aia Commun
ity House last Saturday was a very
pleasant all'air. An informal program
t o.-islinK ot musical numbers was
rendered by Mrs. A. C. Hal tray, Mrs.
L. C. Jones, anil Mr. H. W. T.aldwin.
Mr. Clarence White also favored the
.uaiherini; with recitations in his usual
t xceitent style.
The T.'ilh anniversary of the found
ing of OallU Collect- is to he celebrat
ed with a bit: pageant and other dem
onstrations on June l-..i. An elabor
ate program is Ileitis prepared in
which many of the prominent alumni
of tin- institution will take part.
The contract for the furnishim: of
materials and construction of the Ol
inda reservoir was awarded on last
Friday evenin,!. by the Maui loan fund
commission, to J. 0. Foss, Jr., on his
tender of ?2i..rsr ; time LIO days. The
only other bid submitted was (hat. of
the Hui:h Howell Kni: ineerins Comp
any, which offered to do the work for
$3-l.i(!0. in 2nd days. Foss' bid is con
sidered very low.
The loan fund board also let the
contract for furnishins; the pipe and
const met inn tin- new pipe line for the
Wailuku waterworks, to the Howell
company at its bid of $15,oir, ; time
90 days. J. C. Foss. Jr. bid on this
job $it),2:il; time 120 days. This was
on the basis of spiral steel riveted
Tenders had also been asked for the
job with cast iron pipe as the material,
hut these were discarded after being
compared, in favor of the steel pipe.
The tenders under these specifications
were J. C. Foss, Jr., ?18,-1H, 120
days: l.ord-Youns Knsineerinf; Com
pany, $17,584, 120 days; Hugh Howell
EiiKinecrinff Company, $17,780, time
Makato Yaniauchi was granted a
divorce by Judge F.dings. yesterday,
from her husband, Shoki Yaniauchi on
on grounds of failure to provide.
Mr. and Mrs. T. llurb-m entertained
about fifty of their friends with an
elaborate Luau at their Waiehu home
last Sunday, the occasion being in
celebration of Mr. llurlem's Eifilh
While swimming with a number of
his shipmates at Kaanapali last Sun
day night, an oiler named Moss, of
the freighter Georgian, got into water
beyond his depth and was drowned.
The parents of the unfortunate young
man are said to live in New York.
T. Desmond Collins, assistant, book
keeper of the Wailuku Sugar Com
pany, has resigned his position to take
effect June 1, when he will leave for
Hawaii to take charge of the ollice of
tin- Hamakua Mill Company, at I'a-
auilo. Mr. Collins has been connected
with tht- Wailuku company for a
number of years, and has many
friends in the community who will
regret to see hint leave.
The total rainfall for tin- past week
in Wailuku amounted lo 4.(12 inches,
according to lliother Frank's record.
On Monday the precipitation for one
day was 2.30 inches.
The rain of the past two weeks
have played havoe Willi the roads of
Makawao and Haiku districts. It is
reported that many of the main roads
are practically impassable from mud
at tin- present time.
C. Tamaoka, a Honolulu Japanese
who is said to have beta practicing
dentistry in Kalmlui for some time
past without the retiuired license, was
arrested yesterday but failed to ap
pear for trial in the district court this
morning. Cash bail in sum of .floo
was declared forfeited.
Mrs. S. Kimura, wife of tin- well
known Japanese storekeeper at Wai
kapu died at her home on Wednes
day of this week after a several
months illness. The funeral took place
yesterday and was largely attended.
C. C. Clark, formerly of Maui, but
who has beta connected with the
Schumann Carriage Company for sev
eral years, is on Maui this week. lit
is now in business for himself, having
taken over the agency of the Stude
baker automobile, and a number of
oi her cars. He is accompanied on his
present H ip by J. C. Ferguson, an ex
pert from tin- Studebakcr factory, who
is on a service inspection trip.
CHEAP ELECTRICITY IN HILO
The public utilities commission has
fixed the rate for ilectric current to
be furnished to the lli'lo Traction
Company by the Hi lb Electric Light
Company, at 1.26 cents per kilowatt
hour. It estimates that the light com
pany can produce current sit a cost of
93 cents per K. W. hour, and the
additional 3:! cents is allowed as profit.
The lighting company's books show
that Willi the present equipment and
ihe output for the past six months, the
cost was 3.57 cents per K. W. hour.
Entered of Record
MAIIIAI (widow) to Keloba (k) por
Apr ?, U V Uiri Kul 3221 Keopala,
Waikapu, Maui, Oct 11, 1S38, $20.
JOHN WAI.LACH & WF lo Isaac Wal
lace inl in Ap (i of II I' -llitt Kamaolo,
Kula, Maui, Apr 17, l!Ufi, $100.
AN TO XI' il SOCA JR & WF to Man
uel llurans; pes land, Huelo, llama
knaloa. Maui. April , 1016. $3o0.
MAKIA KF.l'ANO .v.- WF et als (o E
J Smythe: 2 5 int in lo A in hul land
Hanawana. Hamakualoa, Maul. Dec
21, l!i:.. $t;o.
N A KANAKA KKPANO et als to E J
Smythe: :i-.ri int in 10 A in hul land,
Hanawana. Hamakualoa, Maui. Dec
:;i. ifii.". $!o.
AHICAl.L K All! AMOK Ai IISI! to Ka
mee Kainiihala: 1.21 A of Kul 6510
D. Aps 1 5 (Hamakualoa. Maui).
April 20, lOlfl. $15.
I J AI.I.K.NCASTl'.I' & WF to It A
Driimmoiid : int in 1-3 int in pes
land, liana, Maui. Apr 25, 1010.
V J ALI.KNCASTKI & WF to II A
Drumniond: int in 1-3 int in prs
land, Dana, Maui. Apr 25, ll)l(i.
Ii A DTU'MMOND WF to V J Allen-
cast re; 1-3 int in pes land, liana,
Maui. Apr 25. 101(1. $1.
R A DKCMMOND .V: WF to V J Alb-n-
castre; 1-3 tut in pes land, liana,
Maui. Apr 25, l!)Hi. $1.
KI I.AX1 I KAI'C & HSU to Cassi-
mira APrummond; int in prs land,
Kowali, liana, Maui. April 25, 191C.
MRS MARIA WAI AM AH by Atty to
John DaCosta; pes land, Honopou,
etc, Hamakualoa, etc, Maui. Feb
15. 1011!. $0',u.
JOHN D1- LIMA lo Alalia F I'.altizar;
por lot 10. hui land, Hamakuapoko,
Maui Mar 20, 1010. $1 etc.
r.KCKY DAVIS to Mrs Mary Nance
VcA land Kokomo; Makawao, Maui,
Mar 31. 101(5. $25.
EVA KAIIALOLOl'UA & USD to Ka-
bele liurns (w) int in Est of Ahu-
lii (k) (Malum) Kaupo, Maui, Apr
17. lOlfi. $350.
KAl'I (w) .V HSU to Sam I'lipubi Tr,
int in real and personal property of
Halualani (k) deed., Kipahulu fc
K.uipo, Maui. Apr 17. 101(i. $23.
TAM CHONO & WF to First Nation
al Rank of I'aia pes land, leaseholds,
bldgs, livestock etc, Kokomo, etc,
Makawao etc, Maui. Sept 10, 1915.
JAMES II RAYMOND et als to I.aha
ina National Rank, Tr real, personal
and mixed property of Raymond
Ranch, Maui Apr 1. 1916. $50,000
CANCELATION OF LEASE
L M RAI.DWTN to Aid Tom; Lease in
Hook 313, page 353, Waiehu, at
luku, Maui. April 20, 1916.
m uAT.mviN to Aki Tom; (.::; a
land & bldgs. Feb 13,
1910. 10 yrs.
re) $170 per an.
Mav 2 Chine Tong. 44, Wailuku,
Wong Dai Yee, 20, Nahiku. Cere
monv bv Rev. I.an Yet Foo.
Mav 1 Kim, 41, Lanai , Mrs. Mary
Fernadez. 36 Makawao. Ceremony
bv Rev. Fr. Justin.
Mav 3 Kama Chinen. 20, Taia, Kama
Arashiro Gusukuma. 22, I'aia. Cere
monv bv Buddhish Priest Satsutani.
vtnv .llN:.imioshin Shimizu, 27, Kahu-
1 ii I Mine Nishimoto, IS, Kalmlui.
Ceremonoy by Rev. Malsuniura.
Chivozo Kawamoto, 30, l'uunene,
v.-i.iii Mat-zakl. 41. Puunene. Cere
monv bv Rev. T. Sato.
During the summer season the Wo
men's C.vmnasium class will meet on
Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock in
stead of at 2:30 as formerly. This
class will hold but. one meeting
week until next Fall.
The Girl's Club has accepted the
challenge of Palama Settlement in Ho
nolulu for another series of basket
ball games and are now hard at work
practicing. This series will consist
of three games to be played in Hono
lulu and three games in Wailuku be
tween June 11th and 24th. The girls
are determined to win tins series.
An increased demand on the part of
the Business Men for time in the
Gymnasium has resulted in a change
of schedule allowing them the use of
the building Friday night as well as
Wednesday night as formerly. In
additkm to this the bowling alleys will
be open to the men on Tuesday night
as well. A number of the men engag
ed in a hotly contested game of indoor
baseball last Wednesday night. Low's
team won from Ounimiiigs' team with
a score of 36 to 35. Fancy sliding for
bases was a feature of the game
As soon as tin- present plans of
those in charge of the Settlement
are completed better facilities for a
more complete program of recreation
for both men and women will be
Almost Perfect Baby
Was Born On Mau
Little Hilda Medeiros, the little 30
months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Manuel Medeiros, of Cooke street
Honolulu, was given 99.5 percent, by
i ne jutiges oi uie tiany show, lit-Id in
Honolulu last week. The babv was
born on the I'aia plantation, lit
parents having moved to Honolulu
only about six months ago. The fact
that the child lacked but half of one
percent, of being a "perfect baby
and that her only defect consisted in
a little too much hair on her arms and
legs, due to the fact that she had
.played out of door almost from the
time of her birth, attracted much at
tention in Honolulu.
Those Who Travfil I
II y str. Clnudine, April 29. R. A.
Wadsworth, F. Lufkin, Mrs. Juliett
C.uard. Mrs. V. C. Atherton. II I'.
Robinson, Mrs. A. K. Ting. A. Chung.
Pang See King, Master Hing, Miss
By str. Mikahala, May 3. Mrs. O.
Meyer, Mrs. de Cota, J. C. Crane, Mrs.
Hoyes, and infant.
I'.y str. (Mainline. May 2. Rev. II.
1'. Judd. R. T. Harris, Charlie Sang,
C. L. Hall, A. Kauka. Paul Kaeo.
Master Soon, Mrs. Alice Soon, Mrs.
M. Citing, Master Ching, Miss Gladys
Mt-rieeke, J. Meriecko, Mrs. Jas. Tay
lor, Miss M. Ayers, ('has. Cay. P. O'
Brien, C. D. Linton.
By sir. Mauna Kea, April 28 Mrs.
Otla anil son, ,T. Meineeke. William
Knight,, .Miss O. J Ynjnimrton. U. L
illie. Miss I,. Rockley, Miss Meineeke,
Irs. C. 1. Lufkin, F. Gonsalves and
son, Mrs. W. T. Robinson, Miss Robin
son, II. P. I'enhallow, Dr. J. It. Ray
mond, Mrs. Akaka, S. Lake, L. A.
Quonsan. S. W. Kepano and wife. M.
Kozaka, T. Jomoto.
I'.y str. Mikahala, April 20. W. A,
Dickson and wife.
P.y str. Kilanea, Mv 1. Mrs. II. IV
laldw in, Miss Turner, T. J. Flavin. D
IS. Murdoch, H. Giesecke, F. Strange
. r. ( hong, W. Thompson, Len Kim
Ry str. Mauna Kea, Mav 1
arsia and R. A. Wadsworth.
RIGHT OF WAY DISPUTE HOLDS
UP KUIAHA HOMESTEAD ROAD
Because certain of the homesteaders
tbe Kuiaha district demand $200
per acre as compensation for the right
of way through their pineapple fields
for the proposed road extension east
of the East Kuiaha culch. the loan
fund commission, at. its meeting last
riday night, deferred action on the
whole matter. One of the homestead
ers, it was stated, is willing to accept
i.i per acre as the amount of damage.
A contract was given to the Hugh
Howell Engineering Company for con
structing a fence along the new road
through W. I. Wells' lot, at their bid
Raymond Ranch Gets
New Selling Agents
The Raymond Ranch has broken
with the Hawaii Meat Company, and
in the future will market its product
in Honolulu through the markets of
C. Q. Yee Hop. C. Q. Yet. and the
erritorial marketing division Dr.
Raymond, during his recent trip to
Honolulu made these new arrange
ments for handling the 1500 beef car
cases which his ranch produces each
year. The decision of the Territorial
marketing division to open a retail
meat market will probably mean that
considerable portion of the Ray
mond Ranch be handled through this
Dr. Raymond was unable to make
satisfactory arrangements with the
Hawaii Meat Company, which he
claims had been discriminating
linst. him and compelling him to
accept a lower price than paid to
other ranchers. The Raymond Ranch
has recently established new refrigera
tion plant at a cost of about $30,000,
near Makena, where all slaughtered
beef will be held for shipment by the
ranch's refrigerating power boat. Dr.
Raymond claims that by slaughtering
on the premises his product is much
better than that from cattle which
have been carried on the hoof to Ho
nolulu and there slaughtered.
Fine Horses Arrive
For Maui Horsemen
Six runners and a polo pony arrived
from San Francisco by the steamer
Lurline yesterday, in charge of the
veteran horseman John O'Rourke.
Three of the bangtails were for Angus
McPhee, Ihe Maui racing magnate, and
the other three were consigned to Har
The polo pony was the fast sailor
Roy, owned hy Harold Castle, and
which will be entered and ridden by
him in the June races at Kapiolani
McPhee's string consists of the fol
lowing: Miss Officious, bay mare, aged, by
Ypres, black mare, four years, by
Sal vat ion Valencuse.
Iletdelburg, sorrel gelding, four
Baldwin's horses are as follows:
Whistling Jennie, bay mare, four
years, by Joe Carey Music Girl.
iiuu iove, nay getuing, lour years,
by Patrick Henry.
A five-year-old bay gelding.
Ihe six runners will go up to Maui
by the Lurline tomorrow and will 1
trained at Kalmlui for the coming
races, arriving here from Maui about
ten days before the meeting. Jockey
Carroll has been engaged to ride for
ORoutke will make a trip to Maui
and probably to Hilo. He expects to
remain here until after the races and
then return to San Francisco. Advertiser.
Pine Growers May
Get Better Terms
(continued from page 1.)
nery, and all the fruit from those
acres must go to that cannery, except
that five per cent, may be retained
for local consumption or for shipment
to the mainland.
(Note A grower may contract with
both canneries if he wishes, but must
state what land he plants for each,
and must deliver the fruit from that
land to the cannery to which it is
2. Provide (hat the company will
furnish containers; that tin- growers
will endeavor to make deliveries at
times satisfactory to the company;
that the growers will care for the
containers properly, and return broken
ones to the cannery for repairs.
3, Provide the weight limit, for
first class to be three pounds and up,
and the second class to be IV2 to 3
pounds; first and second class fruit to
be delivered separately; and the price
for second class (o be half that paid
for first class.
(Note This arrangement is not al
together satisfactory to either the
canneries or the growers, and it is
probable that a commission consist
ing of tin- otlicers of the canneries and
representatives of the growers will
work out a more satisfactory one dur
ing the coming year.
4. Provide that the company is to
give rect-ipls for the weights, just as
heretofore, and that the grower may
inspect and test the scales.
5. Contain the same fire and arbit
ration clauses as the old contracts.
fi. Provide that the company can
not pay another grower a higher price
than is paid to the 0110 under
7. Provide that advances are a
lion on the crop, and the cannery
may care for the crop, if the grower
neglects it, in cases where it has made
advances to the grower.
Ben Lyons Gets Long
At a meeting of the territorial land
board on Tuesday a final settlement
was decided upon with T. B. Lyons, of
Wailuku to compensate him for prop
erty taken seven years ago for enlarge.
ment of the Royal school grounds, In
Honolulu, and for which no recom
pense has ever been made. Lyon is
to receive in exchange about. 10 acres
of government land in Waihee, now
under lease to the Wailuku Sugar
Company. It is understood that he
will probably exchange this land
which is good cano land, for other
property in Wailuku.
TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
WASHINGTON, May 2 House beats Senate Mil to abandon
the ritilipiMtus. Administration fight to force throu.nh congress a
measure guaranteeing tbe independence of tbe Island in 4 years lias
lost. Committee in lower chamber takes stand. Republicans help de
mocratic conferees to defeat Clark amendment, which was favored by
the President, and victory is clean.
President W ilson intends to stand ground in Mexico. 11ns an
nouncement is made after a conference between the chief executive
and the secretary of war. The de facto Mexican government wants
our troops retired. American conferees at border are instructed not
to discuss withdrawal.
Dispatches from Associated Tress last night say German censor
let following message pass "Future German-American relations prob
ably can be anticipated with less apprehension."
LONDON, May 2 Infantry on Verdun line quiet after hot at
tack. Germans repulsed again by French defenders off la Homme
Mort. Heavy guns still growing menace to Gallics.
Russians clear trenches of their Hungarian foes. Recaptured
position taken a few days ago, says
P.ntish ship sunk by mine in Mediterranean.
NKW YORK, May 2 Roosevelt said last night that lie is not
working for private interests or as a politition, but as a patriotic,
citizen. He says that now is a great national crisis.
French passenger steamer
escapes destruction uy a raiding
LONDON, May 1 All rebel
after a week of revolt, and the loss of a number of lives. British forces
steadily putting down rebels. Official announcement made today.
Greatest disturbances are now outside of Dublin. Are in County of
Meath. In other places rebels are
PiKKLIN, May 1 Violent fight is taking place today near Dead
Man's Hill. Otherwise western situation is generally unchanged.
PARIS, May 1 Germans today delivered a massed attack north
ot Dead Mans Hill, which
French counter-attack almost immediately and after losing a trench
north of Cumieres repulsed Germans with enormous losses.
BERLIN, May 1 During fighting with British expeditionary
forces, in March and April this year, in Mesopotamia, their casualties
amounted to 20,000, according to the Overseas News Agency from
CHERBOURG, France, May 1 Fire of unknown origin today
partially destroyed the branch of the Creusot Gun Works lure, where
important munitions orders was being filled. In estimation is being
BERLIN, May 1 German submarine torpedoed a large transport
near Saloniki, says an unofficial report.
WASHRINGTON, May 1 Chamberlain bill is gaining steady
favor. 180,000 peace plant, and 250,000 in war is planned which is
virtually agreed to. House and Senate deadlock is breaking. Scheme
lor expansion as provided in upper bouse measure, will give country
much larger force than Hay bill.
TOKIO, May 1 Japanese drowned by hundreds in bad dam dis
aster at Yawata. Collapse of reservoir submerged large part of city.
The principal buildings and many others wrecked. First experience
of Japan in a disaster of this kind.
HONOLULU, May 1 Late plotter says he hopes to join Allies.
Guy B. Randall also denied he pleaded guilty to the U. S. commissioner.
Says British clubs has no funds to aid him. Declares he knew all along
that young Jack Gordon would enlist. &
May cut power for purchasing Agent Wescotte, if amendment to
ordinance being drafted, by Deputy City Attorney Cristy is passed by
Wilder begins a new injunction move on Forbes. Filed papers in
circuit court for temporary injunction this morning.
8. Provide that the grower cannot
assign the contract without, the com
pany's consent in case the company
has 'made advance to Ihe grower.
The contracts differ in the following
Haiku guarantees $15 a ton for No.
l's and $7.50 for No. 2's.
Pauwela makes no guarantee.
Haiku fixes the price by finding
the average selling price per dozen
cans from the spring price list, and
pays 10 cents a ton more than $15
for No. l's for every 1 cent that the
average price is over $1.25.
Pauwela fixes the price for any year
on April 1st of the year following ac
cording to the principle that canner
and grower shall share the profits
arising from the business in propor
tion to their Investments. A commit
tee consisting of representatives of
the cannery and the growers fixes
this, and also fixes an advance pay
ment that is to be made each month
on Ihe fruit delivered during the pre
vious month. The balance due the
, .1.-.- . .. inn la
grower, as toumi wiien no- 1.1 -finally
fixed In April, is paid him, with
interest, during April.
Purchase of Stock
Pauwela requires nil growers to aP
,,1,. in 11, -r rent, of the money they get.
for fruit to the purchase of
Haiku has no such clause,
rwerred Payment Clause
Haiku reserves the right.
novnii.niii for four months
of 'what is duo for the fruit, paying
interest. , , .
Pauwela has no sucb clause, but
does defer final payment until April
necessarily, paying interest.
Duration of Contract
Haiku contract runs untill May 1,
1020. . ,. ..
Pauwela has no time limit,
ntnntna Automatically when
r 1.. lmt-vr-ttle d from the
plantings, or may run on lnlonnltoly
if the grower continues to add acn
11 . . . 1 ..lonllmra.
year to nis agrecu 1, ...... ..-r.---
Kelt her of the canneuea
Ulv agreed to these contracts.
The committee has been requested
by each cannery to present u
list of the names of those who will
plant, for it under the proposed con-
Will vou, therefore, please fill out
the enclosed forms, and mail them
hack to the committee as soon as pos
sible. . .. . r ,
want lurtner imui .""
contract let me know and
I will arrange
for a conference
,v. mnnnv tO
plant but would plant, if you had
. . . ii, funds deter J(
not let. tne lacK. yi , ,
as the Committee peiieves u.n..
be able to arrange for loans to niiy
reliable person who wants to plant
under either contract.
EDWIN C. MOORE,
a dispatch from Pelrograd.
attacked. The Ia Patria narrowly
. .1 .
leaders in Dublin have surrendered
nosition French reeentlv cantured.